Logistics studies of the first degree prepare the graduates to work in logistics and production entities, in design and consulting units in the field of logistics and in public institutions in positions requiring logistic and managerial competence. They also have a basis for starting and running their own business. Graduates are prepared to undertake second-level studies and continue their lifelong learning.
Upon completion of studies in semester two, students choose one of two optional modules included in the curriculum.
Within the framework of optional module 1, subjects including issues of management of logistics centres, transport infrastructure and production, supply and distribution processes are realized.
Optional module 2 includes subjects concerning broadly understood logistic orientation in management of various types of economic units.
The University reserves the right not to open a department or specialty when the number of accepted candidates is too low.